- Book Title: Angel
- Author: Cyma Rizwaan Khan
- Publisher: SelfPub (March 20, 2015)
- Book Length: 75 pages
- Genre: Gay, Romance, Rape, Thriller, Series
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Posting Date: March 31, 2015
What is the definition of ‘The End’? For me it means the Finale or a culmination of something, it does not mean ‘to be continued’ or ‘sorry to leave you hanging’. This is what happened with this book, I’m all cozy on the back deck curled up on the sofa and really enjoying this book when all of a sudden in the middle of the story I read ‘The End’. I mean this was not a place to stop or even take a breath, it is at a highly suspenseful part of the story and just like that ‘The End’. Can you tell that I am mad?
Let me tell you why I’m mad. I put my time and energy into a book that didn’t go anywhere, and it was on purpose. Another reason I’m mad, the book is really great. Ty is mob linked, a sort of enforcer for hire and ‘Angel’ has been kicked out for being gay. The two get together and start building a life together. ‘Angel’ has all but demanded that Ty can no longer kill anyone, but when that promise has been shattered the consequences end up separating Angel and Ty. Writing a serial is fine but the scene needs to be completed and the suspense for the next part can be established.
This book is very suspenseful and leaves you sitting on the edge of your seat. I can honestly say I don’t know if I can continue reading the rest of the series until the series has been completed. It’s a story I really want to follow, it does say Book One on the cover, but I’m still mad at ‘The End’.
Angel – Amazon UK